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Sir William Pepperrell and His Family by John Singleton CopleyLesson Planet
Seven great activities accompany the background information you'll find here. Learners will be introduced to the painting Sir William Pepperrell and His Family by John Singleton Copley. Great information on the painting, the artist, and...
Picturing History: John Singleton Copley and British PortraitureLesson Planet
5th - 11th
Students observe and compare 18th century British portraits with those made by John Singleton Copley. By conducting research they explore the cultural climate of the portraits in order to write a historically accurate story.
How Lessons from the Past Can Inspire New ArtLesson Planet
4th - 8th
Students investigate the history of art by researching art training. In this Renaissance lesson, students identify the Royal Academy of Arts, its history, and the role it played in the formation of American artists. Students attend a...
Colonial Trades and ApprenticeshipsLesson Planet
9th - 12th
Young scholars examine and analyze culturally significant objects from colonial Boston. They construct a story around the life and work of Nathaniel Hurd from a list of keywords excerpted from a passage about Nathaniel Hurd. In addition,...
The Figure of Paul Revere. Romanticizing Colonial American HistoryLesson Planet
4th - 6th
Students compare paintings to make conclusions about American History in the Revolutionary War time period. Students share opinions concerning visual art. Other artwork can be used to entice inquiry as needed.
Portraits as Keys to History: Nathaniel Hurd, portraiture, identityLesson Planet
10th - 12th
Students view portraits of Nathanial Hurd. They complete a worksheet and identify differences between the portraits. This lesson finishes with a visit to the "About Face" exhibit in the Memorial Art Gallery.
The Changing Experience of Colonial ChildhoodLesson Planet
9th - 12th
High schoolers research how childhood was depicted in art in the 17th through 19th centuries. In groups, they research pieces of art and write a paper explaining how the portrayal of students in art changed at the end of the 18th century.
Early American Portraits: a Strategy for Learning About Artists and Their WorksLesson Planet
3rd - 12th
Students study artworks from several different artists. They compare and contrast these works and examine the historical background of the artist and his or her times. They develop the capacity to think critically and communicate their...
British and American Painters at the Musee' d'OrsayLesson Planet
8th - 10th
Young scholars study the similarities and differences between British and American painters located in the Musee' d'Orsay. In this art history instructional activity, students learn how to observe and analyze pieces of different art...